Dimitrijevic, A. (in press). “Being myself as the analyst I have become”
An interview with Jay B. Frankel, parts 1 and 2. International Forum of Psychoanalysis.
Frankel, J. (in press). The narcissistic dynamics of submission: The attraction of the powerless to authoritarian leaders. American Journal of Psychoanalysis. Also in press in Italian translation (C. Bonomi and G. Guasto, transl.) in the journal The Wise Baby / Il poppante saggio, and published in earlier version in Spanish translation as “La dinámica narcisista de la sumisión: la atracción de los indefensos hacia líderes autoritarios” in the online journal Temas De Psicoanálisis, January, 2020. Link to the Spanish version: https://www.temasdepsicoanalisis.org/2020/01/31/la-dinamica-narcisista-de-la-sumisionla-atraccion-de-los-indefensoshacia-lideres-autoritarios/
Frankel, J. (in press). Traumatic aloneness in children with narcissistically preoccupied parents. Chapter in From the Abyss of Loneliness to the Bliss of Solitude: Cultural, Social and Psychoanalytic Perspectives (A. Dimitrijevic and M. B. Buchholz, eds.). Bicester, UK: Phoenix Publishing. Also in press in Spanish translation in the journal Revista Aperturas Psicoanalíticas.
Frankel, J. (2020). Election diary. Kateksis, Bulleteng for Norsk Psykoanalytisk Forening, issue 2, 5-23.
Frankel, J. (2020). Silence is golden (usually). Chapter 9, in Silence and Silencing in Psychoanalysis: Cultural, Clinical, and Research Perspectives, A. Dimitrijevic and M. B. Buchholz (eds.). New York: Routledge, 157-170.
Frankel, J. (2019). Identification (with the aggressor). Chapter 15, in Routledge Handbook of Psychoanalytic Political Theory, Y. Stavrakakis (ed.). New York: Routledge, 199-207.
Frankel, J. (2019). Book review: Working-Through Collective Wounds: Trauma, Denial, Recognition in the Brazilian Uprising, by Raluca Soreanu. London: Palgrave/MacMillan, London 2018, 247pp. The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 79, 117-126.
Frankel, J. (2018). Thoughts on the limits of a mutual technique. The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 78, 350–360. And published, in French translation: Frankel, J. (2019), Réflexions sur les limites d’une technique mutuelle (Y. Lugrin and E. Weiner-Kral, transl.), Le Coq-Héron, 2019/2, No. 237, 47-54.
Dimitrijevic, A., Cassullo, G., and Frankel, J. (eds.) (2018). Sándor Ferenczi’s Influence on Contemporary Psychoanalytic Traditions. London: Routledge. I also authored a chapter in the book on the concept of identification with the aggressor.
Frankel, J. (2017). Ferenczi’s evolving conception of narcissistic pathology and its basis in trauma. American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 77(3), 213-222.
Frankel, J. (2017). Two forms of solidarity: Their relation to the capacity to think and to alienation. Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society, 22(2), 123-131. Also published in French: Frankel, J. (2018). Deux formes de solidarité: leur relation à la capacité de penser et à l’aliénation, Le Coq-héron, 2018/2, No. 233, 86-92.
Frankel, J. (2017). The traumatic structuring of the Trump phenomenon. Contours [online], Spring issue (issue 8). Link: http://www.sfu.ca/humanities-institute/contours/issue8/psycho-trump/1.html
Frankel, J. (2015). Book review: Psychoanalytic Reflections on Politics: Fatherlands in Mothers’ Hands, by Eszter Salgó. New York: Routledge. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 84, 527-537.
Frankel, J. (2015). The persistent sense of being bad: The moral dimension of identification with the aggressor. In: The Legacy of Sandor Ferenczi: From Ghost to Ancestor (A. Harris & S. Kuchuck, eds.), New York: Routledge, 204-222.
Frankel, J. (2015). The traumatic basis for the resurgence of right-wing politics among working Americans. Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society, 20(4), 359-378.
Panel (2014). Neutrality in psychoanalysis: A discussion with Donald Moss, Shelley Rockwell, and Jay Frankel. The Round Robin, 29, nearly the entire issue.
Frankel, J. (2011). The analytic state of consciousness as a form of play and a foundational transference. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 92, 1411-1436.
Frankel, J. (2011). Ferenczi’s concepts of identification with the aggressor and play as foundational processes in the analytic relationship. In: A New Freudian Synthesis: Clinical Process in the New Generation, A. Druck, S. Ellman, N. Freedman, & A. Thaler, eds, London: Karnac Press, p. 173-200.
Perlman, F., & Frankel, J. (2009). Relational psychoanalysis: A review. Psychoanalytic Social Work, 16, 105-125.
Frankel, J. (2007). Review of Sheldon Bach’s Getting from Here to There: Analytic Love, Analytic Process, in The Psychologist-Psychoanalyst. Link: http://internationalpsychoanalysis.net/wp-content/uploads/2007/07/bmbach.pdf
Frankel, J. (2006). Commentary by an analyst from New York, from a relational-analytic perspective. [Commentary on child therapy case.] Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 32, 221-226.
Frankel, J. (2006). Diagnosis-of-the-moment and what kind of good object the patient needs the analyst to be: Commentary on paper by Skolnick. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 16, 29-37.
Frankel, J. (2004). Identification with the aggressor and the ‘normal traumas’: Clinical implications. International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 13, 78-83. Also published as a book chapter in Italian: Frankel, J. (2004). Identificazione con l'aggressore e "traumi normali. In Borgogno F. (Ed), Ferenczi Oggi. Bollati Boringhieri: Torino, 2004, pp. 194- 203.
Frankel, J. (2004). Nos liens interpersonnels: Les articulations des idées de Ferenczi sur les limites dans certains de ses articles originaux. (Our interconnectedness: The articulation of Ferenczi's ideas on boundaries in some of his seminal papers.) Le Coq-Héron, 178, 38-45. (In French, J. Dupont, transl.) Not published in English.
Frankel, J. (2003). Our relationship to analytic ideals: Commentary on papers by Grand and Slochower. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 13, 513-520.
Frankel, J., (2003). La découverte impardonnable de Ferenczi: Comment son concept d’identification a l’aggresseur continue a subvertir le modele thérapeutique de base. (Ferenczi’s unforgivable discovery: How his concept of identification with the aggressor still subverts the basic treatment model.) Le Coq-Heron, Septembre, 174, 57-70, (J. Dupont, transl.).
Altman, N., Briggs, R., Frankel, J., Gensler, D., & Pantone, P. (2002). Relational Child Psychotherapy. New York: Other Press.
Frankel, J. (2002). Identification and “traumatic aloneness”: Commentary on discussions by Berman and Bonomi. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 12(1), 159-170.
Frankel, J. (2002). Exploring Ferenczi’s concept of identification with the aggressor: Its role in trauma, everyday life, and the therapeutic relationship. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 12 (1), 101-140.
Frankel, J. (2001). Trauma et jeu: Structures inverses. (Trauma and play: Inverse structures.) Le Coq-Heron, Novembre 2001, 167, 37-42, (J. Dupont, transl.).
Frankel, J. (2001). Identificazione reciproca con l’aggressore nella relazione analitica. (Identification with the aggressor in the analytic relationship.) In La Catastrofe e i Suoi Simboli, C. Bonomi and F. Borgogno (eds.), A. Maghini (transl.), Torino, Italy: UTET Libreria, 2001.
Frankel, J. (2001). A witness breaks his silence: The meaning of a therapist’s response to an adolescent’s self-destruction. American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 61, 85-99. An Italian version was published, titled “Un testimone infrange il silenzio: il significato della risposta del terapeuta all’autodistruttività di un’adolescente,” in the journal Quaderni di psicoterapia infantile, (F. Borgogno and A. Maghini, transl.).
Frankel, J. (2000). Who to be or not to be? Commentary on papers on President Clinton’s impeachment. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 10, 327-334.
Berman, E., & Frankel, J. (2000). Sex, lies, and audiotape: Psychoanalysts reflect on Pres. Clinton’s impeachment. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 10, 267-270.
Frankel, J. (1998). Reply to Hirsch. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 34, 539-541.
Frankel, J. (1998). Are interpersonal and relational psychoanalysis the same? Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 34, 485-500.
Frankel, J. (1998). Ferenczi’s trauma theory. The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 58, 41-61.
Frankel, J. (1998). The play’s the thing: How the essential processes of therapy are seen most clearly in child therapy. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 8, 149-182. (Also published in Italian in the journal I Quaderni di Psicoterapia Infantile.)
Aron, L., and Frankel, J. (1995). Response to Tabin. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 12, 317-319.
Aron, L., and Frankel, J. (1994). Who is overlooking whose reality? Commentary on Tabin's (1993) "Freud's shift from the seduction theory: Some overlooked reality factors." Psychoanalytic Psychology, 11, 291-302.
Frankel, J. (1993). Collusion and intimacy in the analytic relationship: Ferenczi's legacy. Chapter in The Legacy of Sandor Ferenczi, L. Aron and A. Harris (eds.), The Analytic Press, Hillsdale, NJ.
Frankel, J. Research as a clinical tool in a psychiatric day treatment center. Presented to the Annual Convention of the American Association of Partial Hospitalization, San Diego, September, 1981, and published in Conference Proceedings.
Rachlin, S., Grossman, S., and Frankel, J. Patients without communities: Whose responsibility? Presented to Annual Convention of the American Psychiatric Association, Toronto, May, 1977, and published in Journal of Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 1979, 30, 37-39.